Sunflowers symbolise loyalty, adoration thanks to the myth of Clytie and Apollo. And, because of their association with the sun, sunflowers are well-known for being a happy flower and the perfect bloom for a summer flower delivery to brighten someone’s mood! But, they actually have different meanings across cultures. Sunflowers are giants among flowers. The rough, hairy stem grows from 3 to 15 feet (1 to 4.5 meters) tall. The leaves are wide, rough, and 3 to 12 inches (8 to 30 centimeters) long. The bloom of a sunflower has two parts. Proud yellow sunflowers reach for the sky. Fine as a field of sunflowers in a summer dawn. Some sunflowers were first cut for home. Now you are ready to heat the sunflower oil. Sunflowers symbolize unwavering faith and unconditional love. It’s perfect to send to your loved one if you want to express exactly how much you adore him or her. Sunflowers, especially the ones grown in farms, are often photographed stretching their tall stalks and vibrant petals towards the sun. Yellow is my favorite summer color it makes me feel like a sunflower.” “Turn your face to the sun, and shadows follow behind you.” “Her smile put the sunflower to shame.” “I don’t think there’s anything on this planet that more trumpets life than the sunflower. A flower, sometimes known as a bloom or blossom, is the reproductive structure found in flowering plants (plants of the division Angiospermae). The biological function of a flower is to facilitate reproduction, usually by providing a mechanism for the union of sperm with eggs.